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Law Office of Michael F. DiManna LLC
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Denver Family Law Firm

Based in Denver, the Law Office of Michael F. DiManna LLC is among the most distinguished boutique family law firms in the state of Colorado. As an established force in the community with more than 44 years of legal experience, we have the skills to secure favorable results in even the most complex cases. Our services include representation in the following areas:

  • Family Law
    • Litigation
    • Mediation
    • Arbitration
    • Special Master

We work to ensure that every aspect of your divorce is performed with the precision and balanced perspective that only decades of legal experience can provide. Firm founder Michael F. DiManna is among Colorado’s leading family law practitioners, and has received numerous honors for his work, including being selected for inclusion to The Best Lawyers in America every year since 1991 and being designated a Super Lawyer in 2006. In addition, national directory of attorneys Martindale-Hubbell has given Mr. DiManna its distinguished AV-peer review rating, signifying preeminent levels of legal ability and the highest ethical standards.

If you wish to successfully resolve your divorce swiftly and discreetly, we can help. At the Law Office of Michael F. DiManna, we employ every dispute resolution method at our disposal, including mediation, arbitration, special-mastering and litigation, to ensure that your matter is resolved as thoroughly and amicably as possible.

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